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Switching can be defined as the change in state whether it be an analog, digital, or mechanical device. For digital devices, switching can be defined as a transition from HIGH to LOW or vice versa. For analog devices, switching can be defined as a change of operation within a transistor. Mechanical device examples include physical light switches or button switches. Ultimately, switching interrupts current from going into another conductor path.

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I'm trying to determine the optimal DC-link decoupling for a class D full bridge amplifier. Parameters: 8 ohm speaker load PWM frequency = 300 kHz, 40 ns rise time. Max duty cycle = 90% DC bus v …
asked Feb 12 '18 by Unimportant
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This is a attempt to answer part of my own question: how do I calculate the ripple current trough the capacitors in order to determine the required ripple current rating? To calculate the capaci …
answered Apr 17 '18 by Unimportant